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now midday." potholes can be a little annoying... and can also cause damage to your car. a look at some of the big problem areas locally... and what crews are doing to try to keep up... plus... powerball tickets are selling like hot cakes. but theres been some misconceptions about the jackpot. thanks for joining us on kolo 8 news now midday. i'm dave lawrence. let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. a series of storm systems will will impact the sierra and western nevada through early next week. gusty winds will occur at times especially in higher elevations, along with periods of rain and snow. most of the snow for today is expected from the tahoe region northward into lassen county. the next storm is likely to bring moderate snow to northeast california and far northwest nevada late thursday and thursday night. &&
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moisture combined with cold air trapped around susanville brought a period of snow to the city including the valley floor around 4200 feet. short range midday, but unstable air mass across northern ca this afternoon sparks police are looking for the person or people who fired several shots at and near an apartment complex this morning. police tell us they started getting calls around 6:30 of shots being fired at the sierra woods apartment complex on greenbrae drive. on injures have been reported... but at least one apartment unit was hit and more than one vehicle. police say they found handgun casings in the area. no arrests have been made but police are talking to people in the area.. trying to get leads. if you know anything about the incident you can call sparks police or secret witness at 322-4900. humbolt county sheriff deputies have arrested 52-year-old james
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james erwin. melendez was arrested monday in lake havasu city, arizona. he's the second person to be arrested in this case. erwin's wife, pam, was arrested on murder charges last week. melendez faces charges of murder and conspiracy to destroy evidence. in light of the recent shootings near pat baker park, reno city leaders and local law enforcement spoke with residents to address a growing concern in the neighborhood. at last night's meeting neighbors wanted answers and accountability. in a one month span, three shootings took place near pat baker park, resulting in two murders. and, theres been an overall uptick of crime since 2013. last year alone there were 256 crimes reported in the neighborhood -- about a dozen more than last year. reno councilman oscar delgado says the city is working on turning things around. oscar: the community has done a whole lot of work to make sure that it wasn't what it was in the past. i say that in respect to gang issues and crime issues
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issues, but we are trying to get ahead of it and make sure the community knows there are resources available for them. new cameras will be installed in place of the broken ones at the park and the community is encouraged to take part in a neighborhood watch program. the city is also putting 400-thousand dollars toward park improvements. the pine middle school closure is impacting families more than you might think. many of the students who go to the school rely on school lunches for some of their meals. that's why several organizations came together to provide a free breakfast-bag for 400 families. students won't be going back to school for several days because a pipe broke in the building -- flooding the school. thats why the food bank of northen nevada teamed up with model dairy farms to make the breakfast bags along with a voucher for a gallon of milk. it's a staple and it's not terribly expensive, but it might get bypassed for other things. if we could provide milk and allow money for other things i think it's a good program. we want to make sure they get good
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you can claim your free bag of food and milk voucher at miguel ribera park off neil road next tuesday from 4 to 5 p-m. just bring the food bank flier-- given to parents last week. the winter weather is forcing some of our roads, to show their age. on south virignia street, north of patriot, pot holes are appearing on the roadway-- with cars and trucks making efforts to avoid them. city of reno road crews were out yesterday, trying to fill the holes, which are about an inch deep. the crews are using an ashphalt-aggregrate mix-- which they say should do the trick for a while. while the pot holes are a nuisance, they apparently aren't going to cause drivers problems, at this time. marnell heinz/reno maintenance & operations mgr: right now they are anywhere from an inch to an inch and a half deep. so it is not really detrimental to the vehicles mechanically. at this time it is more of a nuisance or irritation when you feel the bump on your steering wheel. with input from regional municipalities,
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commission prioritizes road re-construction. but, the r-t-c says this winter has been severe enough to have them re-analyzing road conditions, which include south virginia street. crews will be out there later in the week, with the city of reno-- to see if reconstructing the road, can be fast tracked. ### and some lane closures to tell you about. n-dot is reducing lanes on state route 28 in incline village. the lanes will be done to one lane until 3:30 p-m friday. the rediction is needed to install street lights... sidewalk ramps and crossing signs to enhance pedestrian safety on the road. the 20-16 national championship air races are months away, but we got a preview of some of the new performances you can expect to see. the blue angels are returning for the first time in five years. also scheduled are the smoke-n-thunder jet show-- and lucas aerobatics. for the first time at the air races... a special demonstration, with large scale drones. it's all part of a plan, to
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generation of fans. "we're trying to change the demographics of the races, we want younger people to come and that's one way to do that. drones, video games, things like that get their attention." the 53rd national championship air races, will be held september 14th through the 18th. some people fantasize about quitting their job the second they win the powerball jackpot. well, after a mix-up with the numbers, that's what one restaurant employee did in new jersey. the whole group thought they had won nearly one-billion dollars -- only to find out they were reading the wrong numbers. jay dow reports. :36-:43 pedro maza follows-- julian trejos is on the job running the valet station at grissini's restaurant in englewood cliffs, new jersey, but only because he has no other choice. we'll explain in a moment. "11."
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"yes!" with this scene. "62." "63." "yes!" this past saturday night at the restaurant's bar, read powerball numbers from one of the pooled tickets they purchased as a group. incredibly, they hit every number. "powerball 17." "yeah!" it was surreal. "that was the 20 minutes most important of my life. i feel... i feel great." valet drivers, bus boys, cooks in the kitchen -- including pedro maza -- all thought that they were going to share in the winnings and begin a new life. remember, saturday's jackpot was already a record 900-million dollars. they would each get away with a cool 22- million bucks. yes, of course, they already did the math -- after taxes. be honest. we all do it. in fact, after learning he had hit every number, one of the cooks tossed his apron and quit on the spot. "powerball 17." there was only one problem. okay, listen carefully. the workers read
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previous wednesday's powerball jackpot, for which no winning numbers were sold. fast-forward a few days to when they bought their ticket for saturday night's drawing. they were on their phones, during the drawing, looking at an out-of-date website that listed an old set of winning numbers. it was left to bartender charles poveromo and host cladio campos to break the bad news. "...and i'm staring on his phone. i didn't want to believe that, but i just like, 'okay, that's the truth.' the guys are still jumping around over there. i'm like, 'oh, my god.'" "is this one of those guys who was jumping around?" "yes. yes." "i realized that something that was desperately, seriously "you guys had been steve harvey'd." "yes, we had." powerball drawing. the record-breaking
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dollars... 930-million dollar lump sum value. this is a live look from gold ranch in verdi. there are many misconceptions when it comes to the powerball jackpot. one is that all the winners are from certain states. according to the associated press, its not true. experts say probabilities equal out over time, but in shorter periods, oddities can occur. another misconception is that the winnings are overstated. while the current jackpot is listed at $1.5 billion, a sole winner would only get that much if the person received 29 annual payments. if the winner chooses the cash prize, the amount is significantly less. finally, lots of people think the smaller the jackpot is, the better your odds are. this also isn't true.
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for each ticket are 1 in 292.2-million regardless of the jackpot size or how many other people play. american navy soldiers held captive in iran after their boats entered iranian waters. the condition of the soldiers this morning plus... a re-cap of president obama's final state of the union address. but first... lindsey matherly will be back with your complete weather now forecast. announcer: "you're watching kolo 8 news now midday, with dave lawrence and weather with lindsey matherly this is kolo
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and now your kolo 8 hour-by-hour weather forecast with lindsey matherly.
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a series of storm systems will will impact the sierra and western nevada through early next week. gusty winds will occur at times especially in higher elevations, along with periods of rain and snow. most of the snow for today is expected from the tahoe region northward into lassen county. the next storm is likely to bring moderate snow to northeast california and far northwest nevada late thursday and thursday night. && .short term...
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moisture combined with cold air trapped around susanville brought a period of snow to the city including the valley floor around 4200 feet. short range guidance indicates that this shallow cold air could linger into mid- morning from eastern lassen county and into northwest-west central nevada. this could lead to light snowfall in some valleys from susanville eastward to gerlach and lovelock before the cold air is scoured out by increasing winds ahead of the approaching cold aside from these pockets of cold valley air, the main storm is still on track to produce a few hours of moderate-heavy wet snow for the tahoe basin and northeast ca this morning, with lighter
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spreading into western nv mainly from i-80 northward. this band of steady precip is expected to weaken by midday, but unstable air mass across northern ca this afternoon will produce bands of snow across the advisory area. some of these convective bands could produce locally heavy snow, while away from these snow bands much of the morning snow that falls below 6500 feet elevation will likely melt off. the sierra and western nevada through early next week. gusty winds will occur at times especially in higher elevations, along with periods of rain and snow. most of the snow for today is expected from the tahoe region
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mystery but authorities do at least know how she died and bernie sanders gaining momentum in the democratic race for the nomination announcer: "for news while you're on the move, listen to our news
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unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. that sound. like nails on a chalkboard. but listen to this: (family talking) that's a different kind of sound. the sound of the weekend. unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. now to that tense situation overnight in the persian gulf. ten u-s sailors held by iran are back in american care after being held for hours. sailors, nine men and one woman, were freed after their two small navy boats drifted into iranian waters. abc's karla barguiarena has the details. reporter script: nat pop: iranian television announced first on iranian t-v these pictures released by the same- show the u-s sailors on their way back to u-s custody. kerry: " i also want to thank the iranian authorities for their cooperation and quick
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the sailors are seen on the floor of the same boats in which they were seized. the one female sailor wearing a head covering required in iran. kerry: these are situations as everybody knows, having the ability if not properly guided to get out of control. i am appreciative for the quick, appropriate response for the iranian authorities. the crisis began on tuesday after the sailors two small boats allegedly drifted into iranian waters. they were transitioning from kuwait to bah-rain when the iranians say the navigation equipment on one of the boats failed ?resulting in what they called "an intrusion." this video from an iranian government news service shows the terrifying moments of the capture. you can see the iranians boarding the u-s boats?the american sailors with their hands up and their firearms being inspected by iranians.. the navy saying there are no indications any of the ten had been harmed while in custody. karla on cam tag: the quick resolution diffused what could have been an international crisis. in
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expected to meet the terms of the nuclear deal made last summer with world powers... which would result in $100 billion worth of sanctions lifted. karla barguiarena, abc news, new york. it may not be smoking that's affecting teenagers' lungs... it may be second hand smoke. we've got some surprising new findings and.. if you bought a griddle at walmart recently, you might want to stick around. why thousands of griddles are being
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off the final year of his presidency with a state of the union address trumpeting a spotlight on what he's achieved during his 2 terms. he spoke about an array of topics... less about policy more on long term goals while also addressing the candidates seeking to succeed him. abc's bazi kanani has
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script: in his final state of the union address, president obama highlighted his accomplishments and pushed back against his critics. sot - potus anyone claiming that america's economy is in decline is peddling fiction //the united states of america is the most powerful nation on earth. he acknowledged that americans feel anxious terrorism but had a warning for isis. sot - potus commitment?-?or mine?-?to see that justice is done, ask osama bin laden. and with the country in the process of picking president had a message that seemed to be aimed at donald trump. sot - potus we need to reject any politics race or religion. gov. nikki haley of south
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republican response, also spoke about the tone of the 2016 campaign. sot haley during anxious times, it can be tempting to follow the siren call of the angriest voices. we must resist that temptation. as he prepares to become in his words just another citizen, president obama expressed regret that the political divide has become greater during his time in office. sot - potus if we want a better politics, and i'm talking to the american people now, it's not enough to just change a congressman or a senator or even a president; we have to change the system to reflect our better selves. tag: and he will be speaking directly to american people in person ?travelling today to nebraska and louisiana to talk more about his goals for his final year as president. bk abc news washington president obama clearly focused on his successor last night... as the race for the democratic nomination is tighter than ever this morning. a new national poll shows hillary clinton with her smallest lead yet on bernie sanders. abc's cecilia vega is on the trail in iowa script: this morning.. it is all on the line for hillary clinton. sot hrc tues iowa we're getting into that period before the caucus that i kinda
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vermont senator bernie sanders with a stunning new lead in iowa: -49 percent to clinton's 44? clinton calling those numbers "unpredictable" sot hrc cnn 1900 clinton cnn dmd1 82 "i don't pay attention to this." but sanders is paying attention? brushing off clinton's claim that he's been soft on gun control? to abc's mary bruce sot bernie: she wants to talk all the time about a vote i cast some 10 or 12 years ago, that's fine. also fighting in iowa? trump sot if i run and let's assume it's hillary even though she probably should be in prison in all fairness donald trump going after both opponents across the aisle sot trump i dream of running against bernie// i would love to run against a socialist. or communist, i don't know what he is i think he's sort of tipped over the ledge. hoping to tip the scales herself.. clinton now calling in backup ? chelsea sot manchester senator sanders wants to dismantle obamacare... wants to dismantle the chip program... dismantle medicare. on her first solo campaign trip.. chelsea clinton not mincing words.. like mother..
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if that's the kind of revolution he's talking about i am worried
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announcer: "you're watching kolo 8 news now midday." welcome back to kolo- eight-news-now midday. i'm dave lawrence. let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. a series of storm systems will will impact the sierra and western nevada through early next week. gusty winds will occur at times especially in higher elevations, along with periods of rain and snow. most of the snow for today is expected from the tahoe region northward into lassen county. the next storm
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moderate snow to northeast california and far northwest nevada late thursday and thursday night. && .short term... a robbery suspect is in the hospital after an officer-involved shooting in arizona. deputies received reports of a robbery at a walgreens in tucson. when they arrived-- according to the pima county sheriff's office-- they chased the man out the store... when the suspect came face-to- face with a deputy. authorities say the man pointed a gun at the deputies. he was shot by deputy jay korza. the suspect-- at last check-- was in critical condition at the banner - university medical center. korza has been placed as the shooting is being investigated. now to that murder mystery in italy. found dead in her the initial autopsy suggesting she was strangled. abc's gio benitez is here with more new details.
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this morning.. a murder mystery growing in one of italy's most famous cities? italian police saying they are now investigating whether the killer of 35-year-old american artist ashley olsen - used a tv cable cord or chain to end her life? olsen's father visiting his daughter's apartment leaving flowers outside her door before breaking down? not even he can enter the crime scene? nat video and now new details about the former model's death... olsen reportedly left this club seen here on dailymail.com early friday morning around 3 or 4 am? her body was found saturday afternoon.. in her apartment? the apartment's owner telling italian media that when olsen's boyfriend federico, seen here on facebook, entered the apartment and saw his girlfriend's body, he "lost his mind" -
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"my little one, my love." investigators saying inside her studio apartment? no signs of a scuffle? nothing missing? police reportedly believe she must have opened the door for the assailant because there were no signs of a forced entry olsen's friends? devastated and shaken. sots: amber edinger , victim's best friend crying "always keep her in their thoughts and prayers and never forget her cause she's not forgettable... she's unforgettable." sot staci kelly / ashley's friend in fl 01:01:34 emtional whoever did this to her i hope that they get what's coming to them for now written on the walls of her apartment building... messages of love and remembrance ? but on her door a chilling message "he is guilty, he will pay" an electric griddle sold at walmart is under recall, because it poses a shock hazard. the heating element in the rival electric griddle can crack... allowing water to get inside. about 330-thousand of the griddles are part of the recall. if you have one... stop using it, and return it to walmart for a refund. information about the recall on our website. and click on hot topics. ### and two types of are being recalled due
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incorrect markings on them. there are concerns that kids could become sick after an accidental overdose. the perrigo company is pulling batches of its 4 ounce gw-eye-fen-eh-sin guaifenesin grape and cherry liquids off store shelves. the cough syrup is sold at nine major retailers under different brand names across the u-s ... including c-v-s and rite- aid. while the number of teenagers smoking is dropping, the number of teens exposed to second hand smoke has not. that's the word from a new c-d-c report. holly firfer explains --reporter pkg-as follows-- according to the centers for disease control and prevention, nearly half of middle- and-high school students are exposed to secondhand smoke. the results come from the c-d-c's national youth tobacco survey... given to sixth-through-
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the survey found 48- percent of students who had never used tobacco products were still exposed to smoke in places like their home or the car. in addition, that exposure was nine-times higher in teens without smoking rules in their home and car... compared with those who have "smoke-free" rules. more than a third say they were exposed to smoking in public areas, followed by work, and at school. the result comes from a 20-13 survey off more than 18-thousand participants. the researchers say this just proves doctors need to intervene more when it comes to smoking, and encourage smoke-free homes and cars. i'm holly firfer. a search crew-- looking for a missing malaysia airlines flight-- have instead discovered a shipwreck that could be 200 years old. this is a sonar image of the shipwreck taken during the search. crews found the ship remains off of the west australian coast last month. they were looking for missing flight m-h-3-7-0. the airliner took off on march 8th 2014... then disappeared with 239 passengers and crew on board.
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what happened to the flight... when they came into contact with the wreck. experts say the ship is likely made of steel and iron... and dates from the turn of the 19th century. a california businessman sees a police foot chase and jumps into action. how his own survival story shaped his act... still ahead. plus... what an ohio fugitive did after he did like the picture police were using on his wanted poster but first... lindsey matherly will be back with your complete
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and you may not know what i'm talking about, but, uh. the yogurt made from your milk, is delicious.
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we all like to look our best in pictures. but when that picture is a mug shot... you probably shouldn't be too concerned with looks. well one criminal... on the run from the law... couldn't help himself when he saw his mugshot. abc's david wright has the story script: attention fugitives! if you're on the run, don't follow the example of 45 year old donald "chip" pugh, who didn't like the mug shot on his wanted poster. sot - chip pugh: awful picture, awful picture? so much so he sent police a selfie to replace the mug shot?and then called a popular radio station to discuss the whole thing! sot chip pugh: man i think they just did me wrong, man, the hosts on lima ohio's radio station 104-point-9 the eagle didn't miss a beat? ryan staley, radio host: where you at again chip? chip pugh: right now?
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chip pugh: i'm on the radio. on the radio. pressing pugh, who's wanted on 2 arrest warrants, to reveal his current location! chip pugh: i'm sitting, actually i'm sitting in a bunker right next to el chappo guzman, we're trying to dig a tunnel, and get to mcdonalds. pugh didn't reveal much, but police say he played right into their hands. sot lt. andy green / lima police department: "he's drawing more attention to himself which is going to make it easier for us to locate him." sure enough that new selfie was shared 43- hundred times on facebook. without the awareness it's doubtful sheriff's deputies in escambia county florida - several states away - would have caught pugh. but they did. amber southard/escambia co. sheriff's office: he actually made our jobs easier. he put more pictures of himself out there maybe at a better angle to where people were able to make a tip the florida authorities have now added a new mug shot into the mix. writing: "how's this photo donald pugh?" #thanksfortheselfie. david wright, abc news, new york. and now your kolo 8 hour-by-hour weather
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a series of storm systems will will impact the sierra and western nevada through early next week. gusty winds will occur at times especially in higher elevations, along with periods of rain and snow. most of the snow for today is expected from the tahoe region northward into lassen county. the next storm is likely to bring moderate snow to northeast california and far northwest nevada late thursday and thursday night. && .short term... a leading band of moisture combined with cold air trapped around susanville brought a period of snow to the city including the valley floor around 4200 feet. short range guidance indicates that this shallow cold air
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morning from eastern lassen county and into northwest-west central nevada. this could lead to light snowfall in some valleys from susanville eastward to gerlach and lovelock before the cold air is scoured out by increasing winds ahead of the approaching cold front. aside from these pockets of cold valley air, the main storm is still on track to produce a few hours of moderate-heavy wet snow for the tahoe basin and northeast ca this morning, with lighter rain and snow spreading into western nv mainly from i-80 northward. this band of steady precip is expected to weaken by midday, but unstable air mass across northern ca this afternoon will produce bands of
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advisory area. some of these convective bands could produce locally heavy snow, while away from these snow bands much of the morning snow that falls below 6500 feet elevation will likely melt off. nevada through early will occur at times especially in higher elevations, along with stepped up when witnesses a man running from police. abbott dutton reports. --reporter pkg-as follows-- word's spreading fast... "all that i can say is he was lucky you weren't here." about the big take down at thom bogue's shop. "all i saw was my town's officers chasing what appears to be a bad guy and there was no way this guy was gonna get away."
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suspect a couple blocks away for a traffic violation, but the man took off running right into bogue's auto shop .... and right into view of surveillance cameras. "they were saying stop and even as i held him down he was trying to get away and as the other officer took over he was trying to fight his way free." bogue says he didn't consider the man may have a weapon, he just did what came naturally. "i would say that a lot of those instincts probably do come from that time of my life as a young man. i had to survive a lot of terrible situations." the former dixon city councilman and vice mayor is one of the few survivors of the 1978 jonestown massacre. his family was able to escape that day. his leg still bears the scar. "that was a shotgun when i was leaving jonestown." "how old?" "17. what do they say what doesn't kill you makes you stronger." "i guess it did." bogue has a message for criminals... "don't go to dixon if you're a criminal because the citizens there are crazy, they will take
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the man was arrested for drug possession and resisting arrest. yesterday we brought you a story about a thief that stole a python by putting it in his pants.. well he is not the first thief to do that. a look what some down their pants or
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valentine's day is almost a month away... and that means for a lot of people... it's time to polish your online dating profile. now this woman... known as "the most messaged new york woman on ok-cupid"... is sharing her secrets. abc's kayna whitworth has more script: standing out in the crowd of more than 40 million people in the u.s. who are currently dating online -- may seem impossible? but -- 25 year old makeup artist, lauren urasek -- seems to have cracked the code? i was receiving around 35 messages a day. deemed the most messaged new york woman on ok-cupid?she chronicles her dating woes and wins in her new book "popular" - i still don't get texts returned from guys//but yeah i get a lot of people asking me // how do i
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revealing her tried and true formula for the most eye-catching profile pictures? tip # 1 -use a selfie!! lighting is everything when you're taking a selfie. //the best angle is a little above your eye line and make sure you're looking into the camera. tip number 2! post a photo that could start a conversation? not only do i have a picture wearing a hockey jersey, but i write it in my interests, so a lot of guys can relate to that for tip 3 - urasek's secret weapon - a dating app called "the grade" -- which she is a paid actually rates your photos? as you set a photo as your main picture, it will gather actual data that shows you what the response rate is for that photo. but above all - when it comes to love online - this pro says stay true to yourself? you should just go in being you and just don't take it too seriously. for good morning america, kayna whitworth, a news,
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stop that man, there's a python in his pants! cnn's jeanne moos reports on what shoplifters shove down their pants and under their skirts. --reporter pkg-as follows-- it already seems a little desperate to shoplift a snake similar to this one, but to shove it down your pants seems downright perverse. that's what surveillance cameras captured here at a to z pets in portland, oregon. the suspect grabbed a 2 foot black pastel ball python worth 200 bucks. "and you'll see him put it in his pants. yuck." yuck is right. store co- owner christin bjugan describes how he then walked out.... "trying to act like there's not a snake in his pants." "this is not a crime for skinny
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pants doesn't give you the heebie jeebies." maybe this will... a guy in florida put a 600-dollar chain saw in his shorts, blade first. police arrested him before anything got sawed off. and this russian shoplifter tucked a laptop into his pants then picked up his toddler to hide the bulge. but nothing hides bulges better than skirts. watch this woman in a costa rican store grab a t-v. with a little tug here and a little straightening there, she walked out. and watch this woman straddle a case of beer as if she's about to but you've got to admire how she manages to walk it out. and then there was the mink coat this woman shoved where? underwear." she finally coughed up the fur coat during police questioning. as for the guy with the snake in his pants... "he's lucky it wasn't feeding day. feeding days are on
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they're very hungry." but what's a little two footer when a giant python ends up in the weatherman's shorts. "this is how it all comes to an end, steve." everyone may be talking about that billion dollar lotto, but a python in your pants, that's powerballs. "oh my god it's stuck in there." jeanne moos, c-n-n new york. a series of storm systems will will impact the sierra and western nevada through early next week. gusty winds updates on the stories we covered... head to our webchannel... kolo-t-v-dot-com. ----- hairstyles provided by rumors hair salon. ----- closed captioning provided by st. mary's regional medical center. ----- copyright 2016 -- gray
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